giubbino peuterey prezzo Calls for applications and public competitions
Leopardi’ School of Higher Studies.
The amount of the grant is 7.000,00 (Type A) or 5.000,00 (Type B)
Deadline: Applications must be submitted no later thanh.14:00 (italian hour) on 30th January 2018
Download: Call for applications (PDF file) DR no. 57 20th February 2018)
LIST OF THE WINNNERS
Acceptance of the position:28th February 2018
Call for applications for the selection of University Senior Tutors and Tutors specialized for disability services
The University of Macerata is hereby opening a selection based on qualifications and interview, reserved to full time students enrolled at the University of Macerata: To the 1st or 2nd year of a two years master programme; To the 4th or 5th year of single cycle courses, having acquired at least 180 CFU at the expiry date of this call for applications; To the 1st or 2nd year of the specialization school for legal professions; To the 1st or 2nd or 3rd year of PhD courses. The selection is aimed at the drafting of three rankings, for the allocation of grants in relation to the activities listed below: 1) University Senior Tutor 2) Specialized Tutor 3) University Senior Tutor for the International Welcome Desk service. AT POLO PANTALEONI, VIA PESCHERIA VECCHIA, AULA ROSSA 2
VISITING SCHOLAR 2016 “COLLEGIO MATTEO RICCI”
Within the framework of its internationalization policies, the University of Macerata aims at developing new strategies in order to promote and favour the presence of Visiting Scholars at the University. The main objective is to develop an international network of scholars,
carefully selected according to international criteria, in order to favour meetings and exchanges between the international research community and the University of Macerata and the name of the project, “Collegio Matteo Ricci”, tries exactly to express its collective nature.
In order to favour cooperation between foreign scholars and the research community at the University of Macerata, the proposed topic is “Research and social innovation”, which aims at providing a shared context for discussion and for establishing fruitful connections among the applicants.
Macerata, a people oriented town with ancient traditions, is the right place to start this kind of projects because the slow rhythms of this town favour the gradual development of ideas and of research activities. For all Visiting Scholars, the “Collegio Matteo Ricci” is a quite place where ideas and projects come alive; for the University of Macerata and for the entire city, it is a unique and lively window into the world.
Visiting Scholars will be required to live in Macerata for at least2 months to carry out research activities and provide face to face lecturing. The amount of the grant is 3.000,00 and it includes accomodation on residential colleges.